"Video is the future of the Internet," exclaimed prominent and versatile street style photographer, Garance Doré. But has the democratic nature of fashion videos inadvertently made runway shows obsolete? Alexandra Sarabia wonders about the place of the runway show in the digital age.
Every two years, the Venice Biennale becomes the epicentre for contemporary artists, collectors, critics and enthusiasts. This year's theme, "The Encyclopedic Palace," is an ambitious pedagogical collection of works by both distinguished and lesser-known, self-taught artists.
When it comes to superheroes and their powers, it's impossible to understate the importance of their uniforms. As innovators gathered for a panel at the Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in New York City, Alexandra Sarabia witnessed functional textile design come to life.
Social media has become a significant part of business marketing strategy, and with the launch of Vine in February 2012 and video for Instagram this past June, short-form videos are beginning to factor in.
Each fashion season the overwhelming number of designers and a crammed schedule of presentations calls for an unforgettable show to set you apart from the crowd.
Project 2x1 is a short documentary about the culturally diverse Crown Heights, Brooklyn neighbourhood and the stories of the people living there today. Alexandra Sarabia spoke to one of the core founders to learn more about the team's primary use of Google Glass and how the local community has responded to the documentary.